Bob Seger is a man who sings about life. Experiences that we’ve all had. Summer loves. Life in the city. Life in the suburbs. Life in the country. Life.
Let’s put it this way: this album went sextuple platinum. SEXTUPLE.
On the first spin review, Rolling Stones had this to say, “Seger sounds like Rod Stewart and writes lyrics like Bruce Springsteen.” Kinda says it all.
Bob Seger is the unofficial soundtrack of life, and the official soundtrack of The Hustle. This is peak Seger, and with such a variety of sonic styles and textures, it still holds up after forty years.
We love Bob Seger. Step into either of the The Hustle’s offices and the odds Seger is going to be playing are high to say the least.
The Night Moves tracklist is rich and diverse, the perfect soundtrack for any activity.
Heads down at work? Try “Fire Down Below.” All-hands meeting? Let us recommend Mainstreet,” it’s perfect. Having a few beers after work? We put on none other than the title track –Seger’s greatest cut– “Night Moves.” It doesn’t get any better.
Did you read “Why We Like It?” It doesn’t get any better. Seger is unparalleled. A larger than life legend.